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SUMMARY:2nd European Set Theory Meeting, Bedlewo,
Poland
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LOCATION:Bedlewo, Poland
DESCRIPTION:This is an ESF Mathematics Conference
in Partnership with EMS and ERCOM. Chair: Prof. Jo
uko Väänänen, University of Helsinki, FI/Universit
y of Amsterdam, NL. The conference will be in hono
r of Ronald Jensen's lifelong achievements in set
theory. The conference focuses on three main to
pics. The first topic is inner model theory and la
rge cardinals. The second direction is descriptive
set theory, which studies properties of definable
sets of reals, and more generally Polish spaces.
Finally, combinatorial set theory deals with uncou
ntable structures without any definability restric
tions. As a fourth scientific topic of the confere
nce, we can list applications of set theory to Ban
ach spaces, measure theory, general topology, and
other neighboring areas. We encourage all intere
sted participants, especially young scientists, to
submit abstracts of their work for the poster ses
sions. Closing date for application (as well as fo
r abstract submission): 08 April 2009. Grants are
available for young researchers to cover the confe
rence fee and travel costs. For more informatio
n, see http://www.esf.org/conferences/09306 or con
tact Ms. Anne Guehl, Conference Officer (aguehl at
esf.org).
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This is an ESF Mathematics Conference in Partnersh
ip with EMS and\n ERCOM. Chair: Prof. Jouko
Väänänen, University of Helsinki,
FI/University of Amsterdam, NL. The conference wil
l be in honor of Ronald Jensen's lifelong achievem
ents in set theory.\n

\n \nThe co
nference focuses on three main topics. The first t
opic is inner model theory and large cardinals. Th
e second direction is descriptive set theory, whic
h studies properties of definable sets of reals, a
nd more generally Polish spaces. Finally, combinat
orial set theory deals with uncountable structures
without any definability restrictions. As a fourt
h scientific topic of the conference, we can list
applications of set theory to Banach spaces, measu
re theory, general topology, and other neighboring
areas.\n

\n \n We encourage a
ll interested participants, especially young scien
tists, to submit abstracts of their work for the p
oster sessions.\nClosing date for application (as
well as for abstract submission): 08 April 2009. G
rants are available for young researchers to cover
the conference fee and \n travel costs.\n

\n \nFor more information, see\n
http://www.esf.org/conferences
/09306\nor contact\n Ms. Anne Guehl, Conf
erence Officer (aguehl at esf.org).\n

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